Eastern Grey Male Kangaroo. Just check out that incredible muscle structure. He's a big boy!

Just check out that incredible muscle structure. He's a big boy!

This is not a kangaroo but a swamp wallaby. Wallabies are shorter and more thickset.  They're quite cute too.

This is not a kangaroo but a swamp wallaby. Wallabies are shorter and more thickset.

"You look that way and I'll look this way".  Eastern grey kangaroo and joey in pouch.

Eastern grey kangaroo and joey in pouch.

In all my walks in parks over the years I've never seen kangaroos mating till recently. It was interesting to watch how the buck approached the female to test her acceptance before he began the act.

In all my walks in parks over the years I've never seen kangaroos mating till recently. It was interesting to watch how the buck approached the female to test her acceptance before he began the act.

Another cute swamp wallaby. They'll watch from a distance but bound off (or should I say they go crashing) through the bushes if you get too close.

Another cute swamp wallaby. They'll watch from a distance but bound off (or should I say they go crashing) through the bushes if you get too close.

Huge buck - he's a big boy, just minding his business and enjoying his meal.

Huge buck - he's a big boy, just minding his business and enjoying his meal.

Eastern Grey Male Kangaroo. I love this picture.  He's posing for me.

I love this picture. He's posing for me.

Kangaroo in the sun. I love watching them bounding along.

Kangaroo in the sun. I love watching them bounding along.

Mother kangaroo with joey in pouch

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Almost looks like he's talking to me, doesn't he?

~~Bennetts wallaby. Red-necked wallaby. Micropus rufogiseus by Stephen Bay~~

Not just a baby kangaroo. a baby kangaroo with a collar and a license. This is somebody's pet!

Swamp Wallaby, commonly known as a black wallaby, spotted by the photographer on walk in Wilson's Promontory National Park

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Today in 1999 - Three ferrets named Beckham, Posh Spice and Baby Spice were used to lay power cables for a rock concert being held in Greenwich, London, England, (workers were not allowed to dig up the turf at the Royal Park) and saved the day. No ferret was harmed. But they were well fed! :-D

Cute ferret nose sticking out of a paper towel tube! Ferrets love to play in things like this where they can tunnel!

Swamp Wallaby- Wallabia bicolor

Swamp Wallaby- Wallabia bicolor

Girraween National Park - Animals - Mammals - Kangaroos - Swamp Wallaby

Make one special photo charms for your pets, compatible with your Pandora bracelets.

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